MTB Products under $50 | Reviewed

MTB Products under $50 | Reviewed

Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we’re all getting back up to speed after a long winter. We’re also getting our bikes back up to speed, which means many of you have just spent all your money. So today I’ll be reviewing some products that only cost two figures. In fact, the most expensive one falls […]

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How to Pick Bicycle Parts & Accessories : Bicycle Racks & Bags Tips

How to Pick Bicycle Parts & Accessories : Bicycle Racks & Bags Tips

A good accessory for a bike that is getting used for general use is a rear rack. Without it, it becomes a lot more difficult carrying stuff. Riding with a backpack isn’t the greatest thing in the world so th4ere are a lot of features that a rear rack can afford you that if you […]

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We STILL suck at bikepacking – Biking to Key West EP2

We STILL suck at bikepacking – Biking to Key West EP2

In the last video, we fought our way through the Miami Metropolitan area—and I mean all the way. After fighting traffic, glass, mechanical problems, and bad luck, we had no choice but to crash at a motel in Homestead. Awake and ready to make up for lost time, Alex and I set a goal of […]

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10 Mountain Bike and Outdoor Products You May or May Not Need

10 Mountain Bike and Outdoor Products You May or May Not Need

A lot of you have asked for an update on my injury. So here it is quick. My clavicle is still broken but it has healed enough for me to start physical therapy. So I’m gonna take my sling off, make this video, and try not to overdo it. With that, on to the matter […]

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Frank Ocean’s BLONDE is an INSTANT CLASSIC

– [Narrator] Just months after releasing his first official album to what felt like unanimous acclaim, Frank Ocean was already tossing around the idea of retiring from music. Living in Los Angeles, the New Orleans raised artist had begun to feel isolated, uninspired, and increasingly wary of major label mechanics. So in 2013, Ocean filled […]

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FOUR WEEKS OF SUMMER // CatCreature

I haven’t been able to go climbing, or running because I just don’t feel good enough, but I can try doing some blogilates, I haven’t done that in a while! so I’m in my parents’ room, and I am stealing my mom’s workout clothes literally gonna wear this hilarious headband she has are we gonna […]

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10 Ridiculously Cheap Mountain Bike Upgrades

10 Ridiculously Cheap Mountain Bike Upgrades

So you just spent all your money on a new mountain bike. It’s your pride and joy. You stare at it, pamper it, and of course you ride it. Still, you want to spoil your bike but you’re totally friggin broke. I’ve got your back, these 10 super cheap upgrades can improve your bike, protect […]

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Patagonia Black Hole 32L Pack

Patagonia Black Hole 32L Pack

Extremely weather resistant, very durable and versatile in a variety of conditions, the Pat-agonia 32 liter Black Hole pack is great for anything from bike commuting to a daypack going into the outdoors. It is going to take you through pretty much any adventure you can throw at it. The first thing I want to […]

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10 Bike Products Ranging from Terrible to Great

10 Bike Products Ranging from Terrible to Great

In the Southeastern US, we’re already seeing hints of Spring. But the trails are still too wet to ride. So today we’ll take to the garage and examine another 10 products, for mountain bikers and outdoor enthusiasts. Let’s get started. The Bomber Strap is a mini tailgate pad that holds a single mountain bike, and […]

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5 MTB Tools that Live in your Bike

5 MTB Tools that Live in your Bike

Welcome to Grand Junction Colorado, home of the Lunch Loops trail system. You’ll find quite a few riders spending their lunch breaks here, as any one of these loops takes just a few minutes. Because the trailhead is always within reach, you don’t need a lot of gear to ride the lunch loops. On the […]

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